Doesnt your motor gets super hot after going pretty fast for a long time...
I'm making similar setup (only 20s2p) nd i was wondering if u've got some recommendation with lyen controller programming setting...
i've looked around the forum but its hard to find guys with lyen who does 20s with low level motor like GM(i hav CHM which i believe is same as GM)
i hope ur ride lives long!
As long as you understand the limitations, you should be able to get away with 60A rated, 150A phase. I have shortened stock phase wires on my GM, and was running 65/200 for a while, until the halls failed. I backed it down to 40/100 after replacing the halls, got bored, and its staying at 60/160. This is on 24S, however.
Around 40A, the bike feels nearly indestructible. The phase wires get hot, and the motor definitely smells around 60A+, but it takes it. I have about 1200 miles on the bike at 100V, most of the time at 60/160. I generally clamp it WOT 2-3 miles a day on the way home from work. The rest of the ride is at 20-28 MPH, occasional WOT snaps, maybe a burnout or two. My motor is the slower GM winding, and only does a touch over 40 on 24S.
Here is my most current controller settings. LVC and EBS Limit are 'odd' due to the HV regen mod.
I would recommend flashing 1 second block time, 45A rated, 120A phase. This would be towards the upper limit. 60/160 is only for those who don't care about the motors well being. With the block time this high, my motor is taking about 90-100A off the line, dropping down into the 60's around 30 MPH.